Welcome to Oakgrove School

Year 10 Parents' Evening

The Y10 parents’ evening takes place on Thursday, 10th December between 5.30 and 7.30 pm.

The online system will open for you to make bookings for your child, on Monday, 30th November at 6.00 pm and close on Tuesday, 8th December at 6.00pm.

You will not be able to access the system before this date/time

Sixth Form Open Evening

The Sixth Form Open Evening is on Monday 30th November 6.30 – 8.30pm.

Primary and Nursery Update

Application forms for September 2016 are now available for Nursery and Years 1-4, click here for further details.

Proposed Sixth Form Admissions 2017

The Governing Body of Oakgrove School is currently consulting on the proposed Sixth Form admission arrangements for September 2017.  Deadline for comments is 3pm on Thursday, 26th November 2015Please click here for further details about this and the 2017 admission arrangements for Primary, Year 7 and In-Year.

GCSE Results Day 2015

Today Oakgrove School is celebrating another successful year of GCSE results with 67% of students gaining five A* – C GCSE passes including English and Mathematics based on first entry – an increase of 5% on last year. 81% of students made three levels progress in English and 79% in Maths.

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A-Level Results Day 2015

Oakgrove School has achieved further success with its outstanding A Level results this summer, with 55% of all entries being awarded A* - B grades.  This is yet another set of landmark results adding to the Sixth Form’s six year history. Students also achieved the highest ever points per entry with an impressive 216 point average.

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Wearable Technology

Oakgrove School has taken the decision to ban wearable technology e.g. Apple watches.
These items can be used as communication devices just like a mobile phone and go against our policy of having mobile phones off during the school day.
They are also incredibly expensive and we would not want to see a student lose or damage an item such as this while at school.

If you are intending on buying such a device please be aware that students will not be allowed to wear them at school.
If a student is found to have wearable technology then this will be treated in the same manner as using a mobile phone.

KS3 Assessment

For further information regarding the changes to KS3 Assessment please click on the links below:

KS3 Assessment Overview

KS3 Courses Content and Tiers Booklet

Exam Results

Congratulations to all our students. Oakgrove School has achieved continued success with their outstanding A-Level Results and is also celebrating its highest ever GCSE Results.

Headteacher, Ian Tett

Welcome from the Headteacher

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the website for Oakgrove School, an academy at the heart of learning, proudly serving the communities of south-east Milton Keynes. Oakgrove has now been open for over ten years and our reputation as a caring academy, setting very high academic standards in a traditional, disciplined and exceptionally well resourced environment is well known.

I am fortunate enough to be leading an outstanding school, with gifted and hardworking staff. Parents and Carers can look forward to their son or daughter being taught by some of the most well qualified teachers in any school, and supported by associate staff that make every effort for students to enjoy their time at Oakgrove, whether in the classroom, on the sports field, during after-school clubs or one of the many trips offered.

Oakgrove’s focus is always on high quality teaching and learning. Students are set individual targets that are regularity reviewed and we set teaching groups according to ability. The delivery of our curriculum in all the Key Stages allows students to develop transferable skills, intellectual understanding and a passion for learning that will enable them to succeed in public examinations, and also enables our students to become lifelong learners, who will excel in workplace and beyond.

I hope this website provides you with the information you need and gives an insight into this wonderful school.

Yours faithfully,

Ian Tett